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2004 thru 2012

The 16th Organic World Congress of the International Federation of Organic Agriculture Movements
The Sixteenth IFOAM Organic World Congress will be held in Modena from 16th to 20th June. Evo Morales, Vandana Shiva, Serge Latouche, Carlo Petrini and Wolfgang Sachs are among the delegates to have confirmed their attendance.
by Angela B. Caudle
Mountain Rose Herbs / 1st to market Fair Trade certified Herbs!
Mountain Rose Herbs becomes the first company in the Unites States to directly market Fair Trade certified medicinal herbs to the general public and stores.
by Irene Wolansky
1.1 Million Bee Colonies Dead This Year ...
The survey found that about 35% of all the colonies in the U.S. died
last winter. Of those that died, 71% died of natural causes, 29% from
symptoms that are suspect colony collapse disorder.
by Kim Flottum
A regulation hazardous to the health of our country
May we know their names? May we ask, who are the people that are trying to kill not only organic farming and herbal medicine in Thailand, but Thai food itself?
by Sanitsuda Ekachai
Agri-business giants launch new coalition
A new coalition of major agri-business companies will launch a campaign today to promote agricultural technology as a solution to meet expanding demands for food and fuel.
Bag the policy
Organic grocery store giant Whole Foods Market has announced that customers soon will be hearing a different question at the checkout stand: Recycled paper or reusable bag?
Bare Ground all natural anti-snow/deicing liquid
Anti Snow Liguid - Envionmentally safe, bio-degradable, water soluble, non staining and non toxic to plants, pets and livestock.
Benefits of pesticides and herbicides come at tragically high costs
The toxic consequences of the "green revolution" - In INDIA, farmers find that benefits of pesticides and herbicides may come at a tragically high cost...
by Daniel Pepper
Biofuels deemed a greenhouse threat.
Almost all biofuels used today cause more greenhouse gas emissions
than conventional fuels if the full emissions costs of producing
these "green" fuels are taken into account, two studies being
published Thursday have concluded.
by Elisabeth Rosenthal
Boys grew breasts after crop spraying
South Africa's medical and agricultural authorities are to embark on two separate studies to probe whether pesticides are poisoning the Limpopo farming community of Groblersdal ...
by Sheree Béga
Buzzzzzzzz Kill
The loss of billions of bees raises questions about our pesticide controls.
by Al Meyerhoff - Los Angeles Times
Calif. Farmers Want to Sell Water
Because farmers get their water at subsidized rates, some of them see financial opportunity this year in selling their allotments to Los Angeles and other desperately thirsty cities across Southern California, as well as to other farms.
by Garance Burke
CALIFORNIA; After moth spraying, state received hundreds of illness reports
Agriculture authorities were cited as saying Friday that hundreds of people reported feeling sick last year after the state began spraying communities along the central coast to halt the spread of a crop-eating moth.
Controlling cucumber beetles organically
Pest numbers reduced, fruit yields increased using organic methods ...


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